Due to scheduled system maintenance, our TDSB website and school websites will be unavailable from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday, Aug 18,2018. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Welcome to Kindergarten

Welcome to Kindergarten


You will find a link below that will take you to the Toronto District School Board's Early Years information page.

Kindergarten Information from the TDSB


If you have a question about how you can help your child's development at home please use this excellent resource called, "How Can I Support My Child's Development and Learning". 

How Can I Support My Child's Development and Learning


 Here is a link to the Ministry of Education's Kindergarten information site.

Ministry of Education Kindergarten Information


Please check out this link for free vision testing. it is time/age sensitive.

Eye See Eye Learn


This link takes you to a handy "readiness" checklist in over 20 languages provided by the City of Toronto.

Ready for Kindergarten Checklist


Settlement.Org has lots of information about Full Day Kindergarten for those who are new to Ontario in 10 languages.



Here is a short list of things your child will need on the first day of school.

What do I need on the first day? 



St. Andrews Winter Handbook

Please take a look at the link below to see the Winter Handbook.

Message from John Malloy, Director of Education

Please click on the link below to read a message from Mr. John Malloy, Director of Education, Toronto District School Board.

Message from John Malloy.pdf

St.Andrews Public School


“All will receive what they need to they need to achieve”

St. Andrews is a neighbourhood school, which provides a safe, caring, nurturing environment with a strong academic focus. Students are expected to be responsible Canadian citizens.


  • all students can learn
  • all students need to be given responsibility
  • a positive learning environment enhances self-esteem
  • all children are unique
  • everyone has the right to fair treatment
  • partnership between students, staff and parents is the key to a successful education
  • there are common values shared by all